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Zoom to particular region

asked 2012-09-27 11:59:40 -0600

Ali Darwish gravatar image

Is there a way to select a particular area in the genome and it zooms in automatically to that area without having to scroll back and forth?

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answered 2012-09-27 12:00:19 -0600

You can jump to specific regions by typing the chromosome number, chromosome start/stop position, gene names as well as other identifying information into the zoom/search toolbar along the top of the screen. The only constraints are that you must have a track loaded in the plot tree that contains that information and the plot must be searchable (Right click on the plot and make sure searchable is available to be selected)

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